Be knowledgeable about the company before you go into their interview. They ask key questions about why would you want to go into their company compared to others. Make sure to keep eye contact with the panel
Answered - INTERNSHIP (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Dress for success, be honest, and be ready to work hard and work many hours. Don't pretend to be someone you're not just to get the job because you probably won't perform well. You need to have energy, be stubborn when necessary, and be very talkative. The most important thing to survive in this business is to talk to everyone you meet and treat everything as an opportunity for a sale. If you aren't comfortable selling to absolutely anyone, this place is not for you.
Answered - Financial Professional (Former Employee) - Woodbury, NY
Great company to work for
Answered - Exectutive Assistant (Current Employee) - Williamsville, NY
Be ready to live off of very little income and inconsistent income for the first 3 years as an Advisor. Prove that you can be a self-starter and come up with a business plan and goals.
Answered - Financial Representative (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
Answered - Financial Advisor (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Don't work for a commission base .
Answered - Financial Advisor (Former Employee) - woodbridge new jersey
They want to know if you are likeable since as an advisor you will be working with clients.
Answered - Intern (Former Employee) - New York, NY